National Parks

In its natural beauty, its biodiversity and unparalleled landscapes, Panama is incomparable. More than a third of the country is conformed by protected natural reserves, focused on the conservation of its ecosystems. Most of these protected areas are part of the National Park system, which includes 13 national and marine parks, and one international park. Some of these parks are near the heart of the city, just 30 minutes away from downtown. Here are some National Parks all around the country for your next nature-filled adventure in Panama.

Darien National Park

Welcome to the Jungle! At 5,750 square kilometers, Darien National Park is the largest national park...

Chagres National Park

Culture, history, watersports and abundant nature come together in the epic Chagres National Park....

Gulf of Chiriqui

The Gulf of Chiriquí extends along Panama’s Pacific coast from the Costa Rican border...